Medical and Clinical Research: Open Access

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Stress on Human Health Resources as A Result of The COVID-19 Virus

Lic. Alan Suresh Vázquez Raposo, Dra. Maria de los Angeles Dichi Romero, Dr. Olga Margarita Bertadillo Mendoza, Dr. Luis Rey Garcia Cortes, Dr. Fatima Korina Gaytan Nuñez and Dra. Maria Guadalupe Saucedo Martinez.

The world has been paralyzed by a new pandemic, efforts to mitigate the spread, the necessary medical intervention in infected patients, the problems of health systems have shown the value of the personnel working in the health sector. The objective is to reflect on the implications of the Human Resource of health in the care of COVID-19. Arguing that health work in the urgent situation of the pandemic can generate stress as a consequence. The intervention to temper the spread of the virus makes human resources vulnerable to health, these repercussions are exalted by working hours and overwork. It delves into the problem of stress as part of mental health and the daily work of human resources. It concludes with a series of suggestions that could contribute to the phenomenon of stress in human health resources.

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